You may have a pool in your house or school, many times you may have also visited the nearest sports complex to enjoy swimming. But if you are drained of seeing man-made pools and the chlorine’s reactions on your skin, then get excited we have something better for you.
We have found some amazing nature-made pools, where you will get only fresh water. They won’t be overcrowded, because many of us don’t know about them. These nature-made swimming pools are also known by the name of- Hidden Pools.
Let’s explore the world today and see nature’s gifts for us.
Grotta Della Poesia, Roca Vecchia, Italy
Grotta Della Poesia is a beautiful place to visit. It is a limestone pool born in Italy. This natural pool is also famous with the name of Cave of Poetry. According to the local people of the place, a princess used to bath here and it is believed that it is the secret of her beauty.
The nature-made pool has a circular pattern, the aqua blue color of the water is the real beauty of it. Many poets have written poetry on this. This pool looks like that nature fairy came on earth and made it with her magic wand.
To Sua Ocean Trench, Lotofaga Village, Upolu Island, Samoa
It is a large shallow with 30 meters depth hole. It is the perfect place for chilling out on weekends. It is one of the virgin places, so the water of it is very clear with a brilliant blue color.
Hinatuan Enchanted River, Mindanao, Philippines
As the name of this mysterious river is suggested, the Enchanted River is worthy of having this name. The origin of this charming river is still unknown. The first-timers who visit this place get astonished by its beauty. The shallow parts of the river reflect aquamarine to light blue color.
This mysterious nature-made pool also has stories that some parts of it are not allowed to swim because of the spiritual influence according to local people. This bewitched look so enigmatic and worth going.
Devil’s Pool, Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls is one of the largest waterfalls in the world, even larger than Niagara Falls. It is situated at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. Thankfully to nature’s wonders on this earth, there is a natural rock pool proudly laying at the edge of it. So what are your plans about swimming at the edge of this? This beautiful nature-made pool is praiseworthy of going there.
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